Herschel Walker’s political campaign has appeared to have taken a big step forward.

On Tuesday, Greg Bluestein of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that Walker will be running for the U.S. Senate in Georgia, as he filed his paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to establish his candidacy. Bluestein also shared that Walker should be making a formal announcement “within days.”

Walker, who will be moving from Texas to Georgia, registered to vote in the state earlier this month and will now be looking to earn the Republican nomination. The winner of that will go up against Democratic U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock on the 2022 ballot.

Walker, of course, is quite familiar with the state, considering he played running back at Georgia from 1980-82, which included winning the Heisman Trophy in his final season with the Bulldogs.

While Walker doesn’t have much experience in politics, he’s been endorsed by former President Donald Trump.

Warnock hasn’t been in office long, as he assumed office as U.S. Senator back in January. He defeated incumbent Republican Kelly Loeffler.